Breaking the mythical shackles that monsoon is not a good time holiday; we bring to your some of the most exotic and lesser known monsoon destinations in India that will take your breath away.
Bundi – Whoever
told you that Rajasthan is only a winter destination has not been to this
beautiful region during the monsoon. Bundi is a small historical town around
200 km from Jaipur and during the monsoon the charm of the forts, palaces and
step wells increases a lot. You can also extend you holiday by taking up Bharatpur tours to enjoy bird watching.
Panhala – Located in Kolhapur district and far from the glisten of the city lays this quaint hill station which is popular for its historical forts and invigorating ambiance. Just 20 km from Kolhapur, it can be conveniently visited by taking Maharashtra tour packages. Numerous caves, temples and more than 300 varieties of flowering plants can be enjoyed here.
Kakkabe – If you thought that Kerala is the only place for a monsoon holiday feast, then do not miss a trip to Kakkabe. Located just 250 km from Bangalore, numerous packages from Bangalore to Kakkabe are available. A part of Coorg district, the monsoons brings out the best of natural beauty of this hill station. A trekker’s paradise, there are numerous heritage as well religious attractions available to keep the tourists engaged.
Netarhat – Around 95 km from the Jharkhand’s capital Ranchi is Netrahat, which is a popular hill station famous for its crystalline rock formations. Covered with thick forest, the hill station is home to varieties of avian species. A few waterfalls along with spectacular sunrise and sunset views are the major attractions here.
Ranikhet – When dark cloud hover the skies, the greenery at Ranikhet blooms to it best. Monsoon is one of the most romantic times to visit Ranikhet and numerous honeymoon tours to Ranikhet are available. The proximity of Ranikhet from Nainital and Delhi makes it a cool choice for a quick holiday.
Dhanaulti – Very close to Dehradun, yet very far from the hustle and bustle of the city lays the picturesque hill station of Dhanaulti which a popular place to holiday in Uttaranchal. When the monsoon sets in and the air becomes cooler and crisper, Dhanaulti becomes the haven for those seeking natural bliss. Set within lush alpine forests of Pine, Deodar, Rhododendron and Oak trees, this is a perfect relaxing destination. Chakrata is another monsoon destination close to Dehradun.
Kumily – A part
of Thekkady and situated on the border of Kerala and Thekkady, Kumily is magical
during monsoons. If you are sucker for misty hills surrounded by thick jungles
with animals in their natural habitat, then this is the place to be. Boating
and trekking during monsoons in Kumily will be a wonderful experience on your Kerala holiday tours in Kumily.
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